E!'s Marc Malkin is reporting that Joss Whedon and "Supersize Me" director Morgan Spurlock may be joining forces for a feature Comic-Con documentary this summer. Neither Whedon or Spurlock have commented on the rumor, so no need to dust off your [insert cosplay cliche here] just yet.

An anonymous source gave E! the scoop:

"They want to follow people for about three months leading up to this year's Comic-Con," the source said. "And then they want to film them there. They're looking at all types of people."

Three months may sound like a long time, but Comic-Con has a nasty way of sneaking up on attendees. I'd volunteer to be a subject of the documentary, but I'm not really sure moviegoers would want to watch a skinny dude with a five-day beard and black circles around his eyes type furiously into his laptop between downing black coffees and overpriced convention center pretzel dogs.

Mmmm...pretzel dogs...
COMIC-CON SUSTENANCE!!!